Company law amendments for bookkeepers and accountants
The law was recently amended to require companies to comply with high standards of corporate governance and transparency. Besides being a legal requirement, these traits are good for building trust with stakeholders, business success and longevity. Specifically, the Companies Act, 71 of 2008 requires companies to disclose their directors' or prescribed officers' remuneration.
This is just one example of recent company law amendments that bookkeepers and accountants need to be aware of and apply correctly in their work. Russel Ngobeni BAP(SA) is presenting a webinar where he will highlight and explain all recent amendments to the Companies Act affecting accounting and bookkeeping practitioners.
The webinar will cover the following topics: